Gov. Charlie Baker has lifted the statewide travel ban as of midnight tonight — but that doesn’t mean you should hop in your car just yet.

In the Massachusetts Emergency Management command center in Framingham, the governor says he made a difficult decision. Main roads are still just barely plowed. And the MBTA will start running as best it can tomorrow. But nonessential public workers are told to stay home, and most schools are closed.

“There’s a tremendous amount of cleanup that remains to be done," Baker said. "And unless you have a reason to be out tonight or tomorrow after midnight, we would encourage you not to be.”

There could still be some accumulation overnight, up to six inches in some areas. He also said Logan airport will reopen, with flights expected to go out around noon.